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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Graduate School

Excerpt from a Career Journal:  Graduate School My Micro Mezzo Practice 1 Individuals, Families Group course taught by Dr. ____ has been really engaging and challenging, and I have found the role playing to be essential.  Without it I would … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Meet Future You

I applied for graduate school and had my first interview today. They asked me “Where do I see myself in 10 years.” I informed them assisting girls who are involved in high risk activities toward safer and healthier lives and … Continue reading

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Confidence

“I wasn’t focused on getting the role. I was focused on booking the room,” she says I knew that if this role is not meant for me, all of these creatives are going to be making something else. As long … Continue reading

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Staffing Smarter

What actually makes a good employee? That means no more “Why should we hire you?” or “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” Instead, get a little more personal. You already know the hole you want a candidate to … Continue reading

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Employee Feedback

A business owner who has never asked employees for their brutally honest and candid opinions about their company’s greatest strengths and serious weakness is missing out on some priceless information. Here are questions that should be asked: If you could … Continue reading

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